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Beautiful surrealistic imagery. The dialogue is still a bit stiff for me, but +1-ed :D

by Irina BougainvilleaIrina Bougainvillea, 24 Jan 2021 06:24

There's actual -J's that mesh better with the SCP universe than this.

Boring political fanfiction does not make for a good SCP. This is lame and it's already started to age like milk.

-1


Ave Caesar.

This is cringe. Should be -J by PapiPyroPapiPyro, 24 Jan 2021 06:20

this was originally a downvoted SCP, but i decided to help the author. I dont have anything much to say here.

Image credits are in the license box.

Seeking Greenlights: Yes

Page Type: SCP Article

Genre (Optional): Sci-fi

Elevator Pitch: This SCP is a decomposing eyeball that will always stare at the nearest human. When coming into direct contact with skin, the eyeball will fuse itself with the one who touched it, this grants a form of omnipresence to its host. The host, not being able to handle such thing, will lose all bodily functions except for their brain activity, especially in the occipital lobe.

Central Narrative: First classified as a safe item, this SCP was thought to only be an eyeball that follows people with its stare, this was proven wrong after its first session of testing with a D-Class. After coming into direct contact with the eyeball, SCP fused itself with the D-Class, placing itself into their forehead; their last words before losing bodily functions imply that omnipresence was granted to them and are able to see it all. Any attempts to remove the eyeball have proven to be unsuccessful. The SCP (now including the D-Class) is to be kept secured at all costs as it contains the foundation's deepest secrets.

Hook/Attention-Grabber: This SCP has to be heavily contained and secured in order to avoid the risk of all foundation secrets being leaked. While the SCP lost all bodily function, it occasionally shows little signs of life or even consciousness; if it is to truly awaken someday, what it will do with its knowledge is unpredictable.

Additional Notes: This is my first SCP article, and I would like to know if this has been done before or if this idea is not recommended as a first article

SCP The Eyewitness by Bozo BobBozo Bob, 24 Jan 2021 06:01

Incredible piece, easy +1. I am very pleased to see the "canon" that began with Harold Holt blossom so much.

by aismallardaismallard, 24 Jan 2021 05:56

I've finally decided to submit a draft into the forums after 1 and a half months of writing and drafting ideas. If you want to read it the links are right there. However I would appreciate if you read the notes below as well. (1874 words)

Greenlight Post: http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/forum/t-13897865/seeking-criticism-before-seeking-greenlight-the-perfect-dish

Draft: http://scp-sandbox-3.wikidot.com/dr-curtis-snyder

Some notes:
- This is my first SCP, I've decided to go down a story route.
- It doesn't look as pretty as some SCP's within the VI series I've seen. I've been wanting to learn on how to make a more "pretty" SCP such as SCP-5140 or SCP-5480.
- This is my very first draft, I'm not the best writer however I've tried my best and hope that it will hold up to your standards.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Mano…

by Enzo MarinhoEnzo Marinho, 24 Jan 2021 05:13

*Brasileiro detectado*

by Enzo MarinhoEnzo Marinho, 24 Jan 2021 05:09

Thanks for the advice!

Re: The Black Hourglass by Dr HajovskyDr Hajovsky, 24 Jan 2021 05:07

Hello all!

I have been into the world of SCP for a while now, so I wanted to give writing one a shot. I'm an aspiring storyteller following mediums like acting, art/animation, and filmmaking (My big project at the moment is actually a comedy with light inspiration from SCP-049).
I hope I can add to this project with my writing and whatever else I can make!

Honestly, ever since I read it it became my new favorite. This honestly sounds like it could potentially be a 001 proposal. That's how good I think it is. Seriously, amazing job.

This could be a 001 by Dr BexidedDr Bexided, 24 Jan 2021 04:55

so you've got a story of someone abusing drugs… but how does that relate to the stuffed pelican's anomaly? it feels very disconnected from the star of the article. what kind of themes are you looking to take on in this story? what kind of story do you want to tell about the anomaly?

Item: SCP-094

Tissue Test Record:
Sample consumed by SCP-094 without incident.

Termination Test Record:
SCP-682 exposed to SCP-094. Upon contact, SCP-682 was completely consumed by 094 in the middle of what was believed to be a scream of pain. SCP-682 has not been seen since.

Note: Thank god.

094? by Dr BexidedDr Bexided, 24 Jan 2021 04:20

Is it granted in the dimension the other person is sent to, or are they just replaced by the wish?

It is granted in the dimension a person is sent to.

So it is dependent on the coin being tales or being used more than once?

It is dependent on the coin being used more than once, but I think the concept of the whole world forcing you to make a wish is really cool. And you really can't get rid of its since the whole world will return it to you one way or another. See my updated draft above.

Well, wait, if it attaches to dude, how does the Foundation actually know its a thing? Does it still work, if so, how? Its literally fused to the person.

Following a person's death, the coin will transport back into our world ( Let's say the person become the coin).

Thank you for the constructive criticism, I appreciate it. I still working on the idea so nothing is concrete yet but I like your idea of constructing a tale based on Mark's journal.

Thank you for the input, I obviously don't understand the "explained" category very well, I will consider this for the future. To answer your other questions, any person with a computer and a browser could probably find the manufacturing date of a product on the internet. The Foundation could discover this information that way, or another way through investigation. As far as understanding how it became an anomaly, my train of thought regarding this was that they had tracked down the previous owner and discovered this through investigation of the individual. A substance abuser that is caught by the police will have had a file in the database, especially if they had been caught multiple times. They could also have discovered traces of drugs on the stuffed pelican itself. The evidence would have added up to something along the lines of what I put in the proposal. Let me know if any of these answers were unsatisfactory and I would love to discuss this further to hopefully improve the idea.

Thank you for taking the time to look at my idea and help me shape it better.

What do you think ?

Thank you for your feedback! The only thing I'm really married to is to take it in a comedic direction, some sort of twist involving it being far more safe/dangerous than thought at first, and the core idea. There's going to be a narrative, I'm still very unsure of what that is right now.

I don't know if this is possible but what I would really like to do if the SCP wiki tools can do it is if the user "fails" the computer literacy test and continues in spite of the warnings the article will began to become more infected with leetspeak and useless graphics.

Re: SCP Malware by tykavtykav, 24 Jan 2021 03:54

Obligatory note that per the Site Rules, closed staff posts should not be responded to.

ETA: also, noting that the user above has had their membership revoked.

Re: Admin Post - Info - Closed by ZynZyn, 24 Jan 2021 03:48

Seeking Greenlights: Yes

Page Type: SCP Article, perhaps SCP Joke?

Genre (Optional): Satire, Comedy

Page Layout (Optional): A basic layout, containment procedure followed by description, then tests and addendums. Would like to add more tests.

Elevator Pitch: My SCP is anomalous skateboard that does not lose motion once in motion. If the skateboard is traveling at 30 k/h then it will continue to travel at that speed unless another force acts upon it directly. It is seemingly unaffected by weight, gravity, and drag. Though I need to expand on the latter two more in the writing of it. I suppose you could say it possess absolute inertia. I am still brainstorming different ways it interacts with the laws of the universe.

Central Narrative: I have a narrative for the SCP was discovered, contained, and tested. I am hoping to expand on the narrative of what I already have.

Hook/Attention-Grabber: In all of the reading I have done on the wiki so far, the SCPs I have enjoyed the most have been those that are seemingly mundane at first glance. I am hoping that my SCP entry comes across as a bit satirical but still technical. I want readers to be curious about how the SCP works but still enjoy the story taking place around it.

Additional Notes: I have a sandbox page already. I believe I was allowed to create one to see what it would look like? If the link to the page is desired, please let me know so I can share what I have written. I am truly excited to be apart of this community, I think that what is taking place here is amazing and I'm glad I finally found all of this.

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